Salary: c £47,637 inc 30% Uplift
Our client provides a range of mental health and physical health services to children and adults across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
The Trust encourage integrated working across all of their services and are committed to empowering their staff to work together to find solutions in order to transform ways of working and how they deliver care in Cornwall. Their staff have been the pinnacle to informing some of these changes, and the Trust understands the importance of forward thinking and happy staff. Therefore, training, career progression and development of their staff is a top priority for the Trust, and truly investing in you is what makes them continue to deliver excellent quality care to patients.
As a Minor Injuries Practitioner you will be working across a locality within the County of Cornwall, where you will be responsible in delivering without supervision, effective minor injury services to patients utilising an evidence-based approach, whilst also being accountable for the delivery of patient care in practitioner-run minor injuries units across multiple locations.
Essential are all of the following; Academically recognised degree level qualification in minor injuries which must incorporate minor illness plus paediatrics ( 1 st Level NMC/HCPC) . Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations certificate. ENB 998 or equivalent Mentorship Module. Must be currently working in an urgent care environment as a minimum of Band 5 and to have held that post for at least the past 2 years. Driving License essential.
Benefits: In return the Trust are delighted to be able to offer an excellent salary, holidays starting at 27 days annual leave, pro rata, plus bank holidays. After five years this increases to 29 days and to 33 days after 10 years' service, discounts, pension and a range of schemes to help you achieve a healthy work-life balance - flexible working, special leave arrangements, child care voucher scheme and parental entitlement support to name just a few.